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I read a blog posting from the other day by a frustrated software as a service (SaaS) vendor venting that:
Tony Baer reported a recent IBM event where Steve Mills talked about how the next stage for SOA was to add ACID reliability and fault tolerance to it. Am I the only one that doesn't understand this?
If IBM really means ACID (as in formal database-type transactions), then maybe they...
I read an interesting article in the Wall Street Journal today. It was on a topic totally unrelated to SOA, but carried an important message hidden within it: Power is shifting to the users and away...
I figured that since David Bressler did a gratuitous blog posting about his Macbook Air that I needed to do the same about mine.
Now, I'm not a Mac fanboy. This is the first Mac I've owned and I got...
My discussion with Tony Baer at onStrategies the other day, along with Joe McKendrick's discussion with Ron Schmelzer, where Ron said (to paraphrase)...
As of today, the general consensus of economists is that we're now in a recession. So, it's probably a good time to reopen the discussion on ensuring that your SOA initiative...
Lars Hansen asked a question about my last post, Are agility and chaos two sides of the same coin? He asked whether I really meant "chaos", or perhaps I meant "complexity".
It's conventional wisdom that business agility results from providing a significant amount of control and direction around a SOA initiative to ensure predictable results. To achieve this, strong enterprise architecture and SOA governance are assumed to play a key role.
Of course, it's...
In a previous post, I promised I'd explain how to avoid governing service consumers. Now, let me say that not governing consumers is of critical importance because consumers just won't use a...
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